Microsoft’s latest Surface Book may be on the buying list of most of Windows fans out there. If you wish to buy the Surface Book then now is the best time as Amazon is offering flat 20% off on the product. This means buyers will save $539.01 on Microsoft Surface Book, which otherwise costs $2,699. Remember, the price cut is temporary, and there are only 20 units left in stock, as of writing this article.
The Surface Book is available on EMIs as well, and it will be free of cost on 12 months installment plan with Amazon.com Store Card. The online shopping portal is promising deliveries before Christmas. The discount is on two Surface Book versions with Intel Core i7, one with 512GB storage and the other with 1TB storage capacity. The rest of the versions come at a standard price.
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Microsoft Surface Book Specifications
Coming on to its specifications, the latest 2-in-1 laptop by Microsoft features 13.5-inch PixelSense touchscreen display with 3000 x 2000 resolution. The Surface Book i7 has up to two times the graphical prowess of the original Surface Book debuted last year. It gets a new GPU in the form of GeForce GTX 965M, and upgrades the video memory to 2GB, making it capable of running high-end games as well.
Microsoft claims the Surface Book i7 offers up to 30 percent more battery life, which means it can last 16 hours once fully recharged compared to last year’s model which offered 12 hours worth of juice.
The Surface Book is apparently the first laptop manufactured by Microsoft in-house and features unique design aesthetics. It easily transforms into a tablet, courtesy of a new technology called ‘dynamic fulcrum hinge’. It essentially keeps the two halves of the device intact and allows it to get seamlessly detached from the keyboard. Besides, it’s also compatible with Microsoft’s new Surface Pen, thereby giving the device added functionality.